Reengineering trauma care : The challenge of the nineties.
Annual Meeting of the Trauma Association of Canada. Halifax, Nova Scotia CAN, 1995/09/27.
Before addressing you today regarding the Reengineering of Trauma Care : The Challenge of the Nineties, I would like to acknowledge and sincerely thank several people who have supported me in my career aspirations in surgery and are literally responsible for my being here today.
First and foremost, I would like to thank my family-my wife Janet and my three children Katherine, Lindsay, and Matthew for their trust, support, and understanding during my prolonged absences as a result of my surgical commitments.
I would like to thank each of the following distinguished Canadian surgeons for imparting to me a sense of dedication, fairness, honesty, and an continuous appetite to learn : Drs.
William Ghent, John Gutelius, Thomas Todd, and Bernard Langer.
It is to my family and these surgeons that I would like to dedicate my address this morning.
I would also extend to the executive members of the Trauma Association of Canada (TAC) a wholehearted thank you for their support during the past 2 years.
Finally, I would like to thank the membership of TAC for the privilege of being your President.
Mots-clés Pascal : Soin, Traumatisme, Canada, Amérique du Nord, Amérique, Développement, Crise, Fiscalité, Système santé, Homme
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Care, Trauma, Canada, North America, America, Development, Crisis, Taxes, Health system, Human
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